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NEW YORK TIMES APRIL 07, 2013

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Sunday, April 7, 2013

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Nek Muhammad, center, was a Pashtun militant who was killed in 2004, in the first C.I.A. drone strike in Pakistan.

Rise of the Predators

A Secret Deal on Drones, Sealed in Blood

By MARK MAZZETTI

The C.I.A.’s covert drone war in Pakistan began with the 2004 killing of a Pashtun militant, the result of a secret deal that was a turning point in the agency’s fight against terrorism.

Remains of the ancient city of Ebla. Its excavation has offered many insights into early Syrian civilization, but war is taking a toll on the site, like many others here.

Grave Robbers and War Steal Syria’s History

By C. J. CHIVERS

Among the casualties of the long civil war in a country with a rich archaeological heritage are ruins that had yet to be fully studied.

. Video  Video: Destroying Syria’s Past
Max Baucus, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, last month. Many of his former aides later became tax lobbyists.

Tax Lobby Builds Ties to Chairman of Finance Panel

By ERIC LIPTON

Many companies have retained lobbying firms that employ former aides to Max Baucus, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, which will have a crucial role in shaping any legislation.

. Graphic  Graphic: Ties Between Congress and the Tax Lobby
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Video Video: Ballet Returns to Harlem In 2004, the Dance Theater of Harlem, crippled by $2.3 million debt, was forced to put its company on hiatus. This April, the dance company reopens.

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OPINION | Op-Ed Columnist

What Gun Lovers Think

By JOE NOCERA

Could a gun-owning liberal explain the thinking of the other side?

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QUOTATION OF THE DAY

“Everywhere I go now, I think about exits and doorways and potential places to hide and things to barricade and fight back with.”

KRISTINA ANDERSON, who was shot at Virginia Tech, on research into surviving mass attacks.

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World
Nuclear Talks With Iran End Without Accord or Plans for Another Round

By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

The futility was certain to arouse renewed alarm, particularly from Israel, which had tempered its threats of a military strike in deference to diplomacy.

Afghan soldiers rushed to the scene of a car bombing in Qalat, Afghanistan. Another American was killed in eastern Afghanistan.

Five Killed in Year’s Deadliest Attack on Americans in Afghanistan

By AZAM AHMED

A suicide bomb killed three American soldiers and two American civilians, including a State Department Foreign Service officer.

Currency dealers in Seoul last week. South Korea's main stock index closed at a low on Friday.

Tensions Over North Korea Rattle the South’s Economy and Its Foreign Investors

By CHOE SANG-HUN

The Seoul stock market fell Friday, and General Motors said it was making contingency plans for its workers amid a torrent of threats from North Korea.

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U.S.
Several states have placed restrictions on undercover investigations into cruelty.

Taping of Farm Cruelty Is Becoming the Crime

By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.

Some state legislatures have passed or are considering bills placing restrictions on undercover operations by animal rights groups.

Bethany Moreton, who wrote

In History Departments, It’s Up With Capitalism

By JENNIFER SCHUESSLER

A new generation of historians is focusing on capitalism and the bosses, bankers and brokers who run the economy.

After the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, some police departments began telling officers to act immediately rather than wait for backup.

In Shift, Police Advise Taking an Active Role to Counter Mass Attacks

By ERICA GOODE

People at the scene of an attack are more likely to survive if they take an active stance, studies and police departments say, a shift from previous guidelines that advocated waiting for help.

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